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Poutine has gained worldwide recognition for its irresistible combination of crispy fries, savoury gravy, and gooey cheese curds. Now, with this Homemade Poutine, we’re taking this comfort dish to new heights by adding luxurious Swiss cheese, Gruyère, homemade gravy and thyme fries! This unique twist on a beloved classic takes the essence of poutine and elevates it with the rich and nutty flavours of Gruyère cheese. Whether you’re a poutine enthusiast or a food lover looking for a new culinary experience, this Homemade Poutine recipe is sure to impress. Original Version If you ask any French Canadian living abroad; what they miss the most from home, it’s certain that you’ll see “the poutine” in the top 3. This is an emotional meal for any French Canadian, and it’s actually pretty much impossible to reproduce the traditional one outside of Quebec because of the lack of that special fresh of-the-day ‘squeak…

Savoury Soufflé is an airy and cheezy bite with some Mediterranean touch of thyme to make your other half flip! Nothing is more satisfying than dipping your spoon in this fluffy cheese cloud. This Savoury Soufflé is a fun bite into a cheese cloud and notes of thyme. Soufflé is usually sweet, but this version is savoury and served as an Appetizer or Entrée as you wish! This recipe says for two people as a main meal, so if you want to serve four small starters, use the exact quantities. The Show Must Go Down Soufflés are pretty easy to make… although they can infuriate some…They look fabulous puffing up in the oven, but when you take them out, they deflate. However, if they are well cooked, they will stay puffy for a good minute or two, just enough to bring to the table. The bottom line, make sure your…

Light Mini Filo Quiches are fun and easy! Made with eggs, leeks and Gruyere cheese and to make them extra crispy a shell of filo/phyllo pastry. Mini Filo Quiches is my take on the northern France dish called Flamiche. The traditional recipe is a kind of quiche filled with leeks, cream and a touch of cheese. You can prepare them in advance for a picnic, party or snack. On top of that, so polyvalent, you can have them for breakfast, lunch or dinner. They always fit right in, on the go or at the table served with a nice green salad and Riesling. These little bites are quite adaptable. The Flamiche usually uses a lot of cream, for this skinny version, I’ve done a velouté instead to lower the calorie intake. Also, I’ve used my favourite trick to bring down the calories; I’ve used phyllo lightly sprayed with olive oil instead of…